Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC)
4970 International Avenue
32754 Mims, Florida
Ansprechpartner: Diane Delano
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
Founded by Diane Delano in 2000, Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare, rescue and preservation of America´s wild horses – the Mustangs.
• WHRC receive mustangs who have been taken from the wild and from there, ended up in neglectful or abusive situations.
• WHRC rehabilitates these wild horses so they have a chance at getting adopted in to good homes and have a dignified life after being taken from the wild.
• We rescue, rehabilitate and find new homes for mustangs and burros.
• We provide educational clinics and seminars to the public.
• We strive to create greater awareness and understanding of the wild Mustang.
• We offer mentoring for Mustang owners; hold workshops on care and gentling of Mustangs; give educational seminars on Mustangs in American History, and bring Mustangs to wildlife festivals and other community events.
Diane Delano is the Founder of the Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.